How many to die before government wakes up? Nigerians mourn another fallen youth

Barely a week after police man killed a young Nigerian man, Kolade Johnson in Mangoro, Lagos, another promising Nigerian has fallen to violence and brutality.
The death of Stephen Urueye who joined others in the convocation ceremony at the University of Lagos on Tuesday, he started a protest on social media.

Urueye, who was serving as a doctor at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), was killed by suspected robbers in front of the hospital at Idi Araba, Lagos, on Thursday night.

Urueye was said to have been stabbed to death by the hoodlums, and Nigerians aren’t having any of it — They have taken to Twitter to lend their voices, asking government to wake up to its number one task — protect lives and properties.

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